Colin Ward was an anarchist, a writer, an educator and an environmentalist. His books include "Anarchy in Action" and many others, primarily on social history, childhood, housing and the informal landscape. His wideranging interests included New Towns, allotments, transport and the British holiday camp. Colin Ward was the founder/editor of "Anarchy" and the "Bulletin of Environmental Education", and was for many years a contributing editor to "Freedom". Colin Ward made anarchism respectable, but not too respectable. His anarchism was pluralist and practical. It drew inspiration from writers of the past such as Kropotkin and Gustav Landauer but was firmly rooted in the present. This booklet consists of tributes at his funeral and a memorial meeting from other writers, editors, family members, academics and educators.